revenue is still needed to boost the kind of recovery we're gig to see come alive. >> the jobs picture we got on friday is encouraging. it's an encouraging report. unemployment is still very, very high but there's another pillar to all of this that is all interrelated, but something that we haven't talked about yet, which is housing. and the housing market when it's very weak, housing prices continue to fall. so when you adds that with okay, the private sector is starting to get some juice backing starting to rehire people but you have a housing market that is soft and prices still falling, you have inflation that is now come into play and we 73 in food, energy, gas prices. just try to fill up your car, that's taking discretionary income out of the pockets of americans. and also there's something else, this massive government intervention in the economy that we have seen over the last two years in the form of stimulus, in the terms -- form of new regulations, in the form of obama care, is forming a huge overhang over the economy, over the private sector.